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  • n. Alternative spelling of gouache.

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Examples

  • The view you see here is a restoration job carried out years later with guache, pen and ink.

    Alasdair Gray: My life in pictures

  • So much so, that one time David was rubbing away at his painting, in the days when he used acrylics and inks instead of the guache and acrylics he would later use, to get a nice wash of color just perfect for a portrait head that he was doing for TIME magazine......when suddenly he realized he had rubbed completely through the illustration board he was painting on.

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  • But the course was driven by the assumption that some of us might find ourselves asked to teach art in an elementary classroom, and so Dr. Pickens walked us through a series of units on printmaking, on clay, on making papier mache masks, on guache painting using pigments made from different colors of earth, and so on.

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  • It's fairly thick but is certainly opaque enough ebelga the best liquid white i've got was winsor & Newton white Calligraphik ink, and yet it has inconviniences... other solution is talens guache with thin brushes..

    Ask Drawn: White Ink « Drawn! The Illustration and Cartooning Blog

  • I think it's great that her flaws flow directly from her femaleness, because we don't get to choose our flaws and then "inform" them with subtle watercolor strokes - they explode organically in guache garishness and with alot of shrapnel, out of the basic core of our identity which in turn is inextricably a part of a physical, gendered body.

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  • Dr Brinton thinks that the Zapotec _guache_, translated by Seler "frog or toad," is more likely a variant of _gurache_ or _gorache_, "iguana."

    Day Symbols of the Maya Year Sixteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1894-1895, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1897, pages 199-266.

  • The thing is that these are actually created entirely by hand using acrylic and guache.

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  • Angie Krall, heritage program manager for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, left, joins Eric Gantt, middle, and Mark Mitchell, director of the Paleo Cultural Resource Group, in examining an excavation near Cochetopa Pass outside S.guache on June 5.

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  • Angie Krall, heritage program manager for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, left, joins Eric Gantt, middle, and Mark Mitchell, director of the Paleo Cultural Resource Group, in examining an excavation near Cochetopa Pass outside S.guache, Colo

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  • Interesting trees of the tropical quebradas include the toat-thorned acacia (tepemezquite), tree catclaw (tésota, guache), many other catclaws and gatuños (Acacia spp.), black tower (torote prieto), papelillos, mountain ebony, arborescent morning glory (palo santo or palo bobo), and pochotes.

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